After these killings, there is an atmosphere of fear among the minority Hindu and Sikh communities in Kashmir.
Two School Teachers shot dead by terrorists in Srinagar On Thursday, terrorists shot dead two government school teachers, including a woman, in the Idgah area of Srinagar. police gave this information. A police officer said, “Two teachers were shot dead by terrorists in Sangam Idgah area of Srinagar district at around 11.15 am.” The report said that among the teachers killed were school principal Supinder Kaur and Kashmiri Pandit teacher Deepak Chand.Also Read – Terrorists attack school in Srinagar, kill female principal and a Kashmiri Pandit teacher
After these killings, there is an atmosphere of fear among the minority Hindu and Sikh communities in Kashmir. A relative of the slain teacher, Kashmiri Pandit Deepak Chand, said that Kashmir is not heaven for them, but hell. According to news agency ANI, a relative of school teacher Deepak Chand, who was killed by terrorists in Srinagar today, said, “We are still getting threatening calls. Kashmir is not heaven, it is hell. We are being targeted for the last 30 years.” Also Read – Terrorist Attacks In Kashmir: Three civilians killed in three terrorist attacks in Kashmir within an hour
On the other hand, the Mayor of Srinagar said on the recent killings of civilians, “There are elements backed by Pakistan behind this. We all should come out on the streets and take a stand as a society that we will not allow this..I appeal to all the communities to stand together. Kashmir belongs to people of all religious faiths.” Also Read – J&K News: Eminent Kashmiri Pandit Makhanlal Bindru shot dead by terrorists in Srinagar
Earlier, Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbag Singh said on Thursday that the people behind the recent killings of civilians would be exposed soon. Speaking to media persons after the killing of two school teachers by terrorists in Idgah area of Srinagar city on Thursday, the DGP said, “The people behind the killing of civilians will be exposed soon.” “These acts of cowardice are an attempt to damage the communal harmony and brotherhood in the Kashmir Valley,” he said.
“Terrorists are targeting innocent people who are engaged in social service and have nothing to do with anybody,” he said. “Attempts are being made to create an atmosphere of fear and give a communal color to such killings so that the communal brotherhood in Kashmir is harmed,” he said.
It is noteworthy that on Tuesday, Kashmiri Pandit Bindru was shot dead by terrorists at his pharmacy in Srinagar. Bindru was one of the few from his community who did not leave Kashmir after the outbreak of militancy in 1990.
Minutes after Bindru was killed, terrorists shot a roadside vendor named Virendra Paswan, a resident of Bhagalpur, Bihar, near Hawal Chowk in Srinagar. After this, terrorists also shot dead Mohammad Shafi Lone in Naidkhai of Bandipora district of North Kashmir.